United would have to pay a significantly higher fee than a European suitor to land Eriksen but, with less than 72 hours before the close of the window, there is hope Levy would accept much less than the £130m English clubs were being quoted at the end of last season.
Eriksen had expected to move on by now but interest has been minimal.
The Denmark international's potential move to Old Trafford is not dependant on Paul Pogba leaving the club and United now expect the midfielder to stay, one source has told SSN.
Sportsmail reported on Monday evening how Eriksen had been made a top target for United, who are looking to finalise their incomings before Thursday's deadline. Clubs in Spain, Italy, France and Germany have more than three weeks to recruit talent for their upcoming seasons.
AS have reported: "The "Pogba Case" has many actors pending in the world of football".
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The report goes on state that Solskjaer's good relationship with Denmark's Norwegian coach Age Hareide could help Manchester United's bid to sign the Danish midfielder.
Staying with Ekstrabladet, a handful of teams are linked to Eriksen.
United have finally resolved some of their defensive weaknesses by securing Harry Maguire and Aaron Wan-Bissaka but their engine room looks shockingly short of depth. This move always seemed far-fetched, and now the reasons are stacking up.
Real Madrid are mentioned, although readers are told that "Zinedine Zidane is reportedly still not interested in the Dane and that the door to Real Madrid thus appears to be closed".
Tottenham are in for Philippe Coutinho and Paulo Dybala as we reach the final stretch of the transfer window.